- Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa has lost her bid against DJ Black Coffee seeking to compel him to cough up millions
- Mlotshwa had sought hefty compensation for legal fees as well as spousal and child maintenance
- A report revealed that Mlotshwa's application was dismissed with costs this week
Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa has now lost her legal battle seeking to make her estranged husband, DJ Black Coffee, pay millions in legal fees and maintenance.
Mlotshwa's application was dismissed, with costs, in the Johannesburg High Court this week.
The judge had ruled that her demands were not only substantiated but also that they weren't reasonable.
Sunday World reports that the model and actress had sought out over R131 000 in monthly maintenance. This amount was R80 000 for her two minor kids, R30 000 for groceries and R17 800 for cosmetics.
Mlotshwa had also demanded that the DJ should pay her medical bills as she had allegedly suffered from depression as a result of their divorce.
The actress had claimed to have become accustomed to the lavish lifestyle Black Coffee had provided to her.
Earning R100 million every year, the celeb had provided his wife with a lifestyle of luxury whips, enviable holidays and the latest lux threads.
A court ruling on Wednesday had seen the judge ordering that Mlotshwa would only get R15 000 a month for spousal maintenance and R50 000 in child support.
Earlier, Briefly.co.za reported that Enhle Mbali Mlotshwa was on set with some gory props that she decided to humorously share with her followers who ended up really disappointing her.
Taking something like this and turning it into a DJ Black Coffee hand joke was just out of line.
Taking to social media with a snap of herself holding a severed gory hand prop, Enhle has no thoughts or intentions of it being anything related to Black Coffee, but it seems the public had other ideas.
Seeing people turn her post into a stab at Black Coffee sent Enhle’s blood boiling. While she and Black Coffee have been through their own drama, there is no way Enhle would ever stand for people making a mockery of his disability in this manner.
Enhle took to social media to make her feelings clear and laid it on thick. Enhle is disgusted at the people who turned this around as well as anyone who found it funny.
“Some of you are truly disappointing.” "STOP IT!".
"The post I made was from set, stop it! Why ninje (are you all like this), that we constantly have to pull each other down as a black people it is embarrassing."
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